GeeJay wrote:Query 2 - Burning 32 bit recording
The Audacity manual states that some burners will only work on 16 bit. I have a new PC with a BD/DVD/CD burner which I assume will burn CDs from a 32 bit recording. How can I verify?
Query 3 - Recording rate
I assume I should record on 44,100 Hz. Is this correct?
GeeJay wrote:Query 1 - How to make a 2 part recording with wave form graphics showing for both parts.
I want to copy (record) both sides of audio cassettes that I originally recorded from vinyl. Most of these cassettes contain 2 albums by the same artist(s), one album per side.
I want to start recording side A and when it is completed, including overrun if I am not able to pause exactly at the end of the last track, which will usually be the case, and then start recording side B at the end of the last recorded track of side A.
The closest I have been able to get to this is to delete the overrun recording from the end of the last track and then start recording Side B from that point. Unfortunately, while this does record the second side from the desired point, no waveform graphics show on the tracks while recording it.
GeeJay wrote:When adding the second side I want to have the waveform displayed as for the first side.
How, exactly, do I do this?
GeeJay wrote:I then have 5 minutes of dead space to eliminate before starting to record the second side from the end of the last track of the first side.
GeeJay wrote:As I have not burned music to a CD before, ( I said I was a neophyte and that includes CD burning) I am assuming that when burning the first recording, it will automatically stop when the source recording ends and when burning the second side it will start where the first ended. Is this correct?
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